Enjoy a day out at the ballpark with Tampa Bay Rays tickets from TicketSmarter! The Tampa Bay Rays joined Major League Baseball in 1998 as an expansion franchise. The team was originally known as the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, but that name was changed to the Rays after the 2007 season. The team has had several successful seasons including winning the AL pennant in 2008 and the East Division titles in 2008 and 2010. A World Series championship still eludes the team, but a strong roster and management personnel look to lead the team to their first season title.
The Rays are members of the American League and play in the East Division. Their common divisional rivals and opponents include historic teams like the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees, Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays. The team also has an in-state, interleague rivalry with the Miami Marlins known as the Citrus Series. National Baseball Hall of Famer Wade Boggs spent his final years in the MLB with the Tampa Bay Rays and is the only hall of fame inductee associated with the relatively young franchise. TicketSmarter will have a premium selection of Tampa Bay Rays tickets for the entire season including AL East matchups and interleague games.
Along with the Buccaneers and Lightning, the Rays are one of the top choices for professional sports in the Tampa Bay area. Fans from surrounding Florida communities pack into Tropicana Field every year to watch the Rays play. Tampa Bay Rays ticket prices will change throughout the year based on the team’s performance and their rank in the division standings. Another factor that will affect the price you pay to attend a game will be the seating location you choose inside the ballpark.
Attending a Tampa Bay Rays game is affordable for the whole family. Tickets generally start around $20. The average price for tickets has remained in a steady range between $40 and $50. Fans looking for cheap Tampa Bay Rays tickets should check out midweek games and tickets located in the upper levels of Tropicana Field. Tickets may become cheaper or more expensive towards the end of the season based on if the Rays are in a position to qualify for the MLB Postseason.
Tampa Bay Rays tickets for this season can generally be found in a price range between $10.00 and $8537.00, while the average price of 2023 Tampa Bay Rays tickets is around $194.04. The Tampa Bay Rays vs. Detroit Tigers - Home Opener game at Tropicana Field, One Tropicana Dr, St. Petersburg, FL is next up for the Tampa Bay Rays. The game will take place on 3/30/2023 3:10PM and there is 7 tickets available on TicketSmarter. Cheap Tampa Bay Rays vs. Detroit Tigers - Home Opener tickets will start at $92.00, while the most expensive seats in the ballpark will cost $143.00.
The Tampa Bay Rays schedule begins with spring training in February. The Rays play their spring training games at Charlotte Sports Park in Port Charlotte, Florida as part of the Grapefruit League. The MLB regular season will start with opening day in March. The Rays will play a grueling 162-game schedule through the month of September. The team has the opportunity to qualify for the MLB Postseason through regular season play. The postseason takes place in October and consists of multiple rounds of best-of-seven series to determine the league champions that will then play each other in the World Series.
There are 162 games left on the Tampa Bay Rays schedule in 2023. Fans are already making their plans to be at Rogers Centre, 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON on October 1st, 2023 at 3:07pm for the Toronto Blue Jays vs. Tampa Bay Rays game. There are 9509 ticket options for the game available on TicketSmarter in the price range of $19.00 to $8550.00.
The upcoming MLB schedule will be released sometime between December and February. Once the schedule is confirmed, fans will be able to buy their Tampa Bay Rays tickets on TicketSmarter for the entire season. Spring training games may be available sooner than the regular season so be sure to keep an eye out on the event listings.
Tropicana Field is located at 1 Tropicana Dr., St. Petersburg, FL 33705 and has served as the home of the Tampa Bay Rays since the team joined the MLB in 1998. Known as The Trop by longtime fans, this major league ballpark first opened in 1990 as the Florida Suncoast Dome and served as the home to the Tampa Bay Lightning hockey team from 1993 until 1996. The domed stadium has a seating capacity of 25,000 for Rays games.
The Tampa Bay Rays seating chart includes multiple levels of seating. The 100-level stretches from the infield all the way around to the outfield, making for a perfect area for fans to catch home run balls. The upper 200 and 300 levels cover the infield and run down each baseline. Fans looking for a fun experience should check out the Budweiser Porch, which is located next to the Ray Tank. It will place fans directly in center field and allow them easy access to the Rays Touch Experience, which is free for all game attendees.
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